Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings, Fifth Canadian Edition, Loose Leaf Version, 5th edition
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With more and more schools implementing inclusive education models each year, Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings presents an inclusive education philosophy and offers practical teacher-oriented inclusion techniques, via a categorical chapter organization, to equip teachers for the modern inclusive classroom. Unlike other texts in the discipline, Teaching Students both highlights the similarities and differences across Canada and frequently contrasts the Canadian situation with that of the US so that students are best informed about current special education practices throughout all of North America. Well-written and easy-to-read, this text offers a balanced presentation of theory and practice that students enjoy using, with evidence-based teaching suggestions that are very clear and helpful.
Table of contents
Chapter 1Inclusive Education: An Introduction
Chapter 2Designing Inclusive Classrooms
Chapter 3Teaching Students with Communication Disorders
Chapter 4Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities
Chapter 5Teaching Students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Chapter 6Teaching Students with Emotional or Bahavioural Disorders
Chapter 7Teaching Students with Intellectual Disabilities
Chapter 8Teaching Students with Autism and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Chapter 9Teaching Students with Sensory Impairments, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Other Low-Incidence Disabilities
Chapter 10Teaching Students with Special Gifts and Talents
Chapter 11Teaching Students Who are At Risk
Chapter 12Classroom Organization and Management
Chapter 13Teaching Students with Special Needs in Elementary Schools
Chapter 14Teaching Students with Special Needs in Secondary Schools
Chapter 15Working with Families of Students with Exceptionalities
Published by Pearson Canada (April 17th 2014) - Copyright © 2015